Six things I say that I don't want the kids to repeat.....
Being a new mom (again!) I say this one often lately 1. Mommy's losing her mind.
Other common phrases you can find me saying 2. That's Crazy 3. WTF (especially when I'm upset about something -- but truly not that often) 4. Anything I've said about a certain In Law in vents. 5. *muttering* Stupid (fill in the blank here) 6. Craptastic.
Yeah I'm not a huge cusser, but when I do, its usually do to serious anger and I bring out the WTF.
So, what about you? What do you say that you don't want your kids to repeat?
After preterm labor issues, blood pressure problems, and multiple other not so fun things, Calleigh is here and she's healthy.
Born August 25th, weighing 6lbs 3 oz and 19 inches long, we welcomed our third and last daughter.
Thanks for all the thoughts. I have tons to catch up on that didn't get done while we awaited her birth. It will take me a while to get back in the game I'm sure. Still recovering from my c-section and coping to life with 3!
We took Izzie to the dr today for a routine repeat lead check. Her last two levels had shown a significant decrease and we were in the safety zone. BUT they wanted to keep checking every 6 months to make sure things stayed okay.
I was NOT worried about this test.
I guess I should have been.
We are up 3 points from the last time and back over the "safety" zone.
Dear Sweet Caity. You are Our first born. Our sweet girl. But you, my dear are a TOTAL TOMBOY. It is so fun to watch you as you grow and see JUST how different you are from your sister. To see your personality blossom.
While Playing with Izzie outside, you discovered several DEAD crawdads in the yard. My assumption is that they either crawled up from the neighbors pond OR one of the cats brought them over as gifts.
Why most children (especially girly girl ones) would run screaming from this discovery -- YOU relished in it and had to have a cup to keep your "crabs" in so you could show grandpa.
Following your crustacean discovery. You went on the search for more offensive creepy crawlies -- ICK.
You are a Connundrum to me sometimes. I never know what you will come up with next -- but I love every day of finding new discoveries with you.